[pp.int.general] where is the manifesto?
r.bakels at pr.unimaas.nl
Tue Dec 30 13:22:16 CET 2008
Reinier Bakels wrote:
You learn slowly. Copyright is (indeed) considered as a property right - but not in the French revolution sense, but in the Rome law sense. You are mistaken by at least 1500 years.
Then I simply don't understand why you use to talk about it like if it were a contemporary issue ...
Because some things that have been invented over 1000 years ago are still alive and kicking today. Private law fundamentals are the typical example.
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